China’s pandemic has claimed more than 8 million lives, but experts are unsure how the number will be broken down.
Here are some of the most important facts to know about the world’s most deadly outbreak.
What are the signs and symptoms?
The pandemic is caused by an infection with coronavirus.
The disease has killed more than 17 million people since it was first reported in China in late March.
It has spread to more than 60 countries and affected almost one-fifth of the global population.WHO is calling the pandemic the world ‘most devastating global event since World War II’ in a report on Monday.
The report also noted that the virus is likely to cause an even more severe impact on the global economy.
There have been more than 6,000 confirmed deaths and more than 3.3 million confirmed cases of coronaviruses.
More than 3,000 people have died from the disease in China.WHO estimates that about 1.4 million people are at risk of contracting the virus.
Some 3,700 people died in China during the pandemics first two weeks, but it is unclear how many died due to the virus’ spread and the country’s efforts to contain the outbreak.WHO has recorded more than 1,000 new coronavirosts globally since the start of the pandecontrol campaign in October.WHO says there have been 1,600 deaths in China as a result of the virus, but the figure may be understated.
It also warns that coronaviral deaths are rising in many areas.
What is the impact of the disease on China?
Coronavirus is spread by contact with bodily fluids.
This means a person infected with the virus can become infected with other cases of the infection.
The virus is transmitted through close contact with infected body fluids, such as sweat, blood, urine and feces.
It is possible to contract the virus from the nose or mouth.
Coronacids are also spread through direct contact with other infectious fluids, including blood, saliva and semen.WHO states that the pandepic has resulted in an increase in infections, particularly among pregnant women.
Many countries have reported increased transmission rates of the illness among their young populations.WHO also warns people to avoid direct contact, and avoid sharing bodily fluids with others.